Seventy events will take place across the Noosa Food and Wine Festival’s four days, with 45 chefs from Australia’s best restaurants heading to the Sunshine State.

Taking place from 18-21 May, this year’s festival will have a presence across two festival villages – Noosa Main Beach and The Woods.

Festival director, Maria Crews, said this year’s festival is shaping up to be the best one yet.

“We are thrilled to announce our jam-packed program of events for this year’s festival, which showcases the breadth and depth of Australia’s best chefs, winemakers and producers. The festival is a mixture of fun, relaxation and pure enjoyment as well as good food and wine – all in one iconic destination, Noosa.”

A handful of signature events will be hosted across the four day event, with more than 50 wineries and 100 food producers taking part.

Located on Noosa Main Beach, the Beach Tipis will play host to the opening and closing cocktail parties, as well as a range of other events, including early morning yoga, brunch and lunch in the tipis. There will also be a pop­up Stokehouse on the Beach, with the teams from both Melbourne and Brisbane heading north.

The French Saloon on the beach will see Ian Curley and his team create a pop-up of their 1 hat restaurant in Melbourne, where meals will be matched with wines from the Sound of White Vineyard in Marlborough, New Zealand.

The Woods will be transformed into a wine and produce village, home to more than 50 of Australia’s best wineries, cheesemakers and salumi producers will also be present.

Tickets go on sale on 17 February, and event details will be available at


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